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THE MICHIGAN

D~AILY

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INC J'| 1(1( I(l REW ARD OFFERED FOR FIVE BANDITS
WHO HELD UP TRAIN IN CALIFORNIA
M L T:
RUSS~~ I CMET

Sir Henri Detetding Laughs, I
Sees Confession of Weakness
in Propaganda.
STORY AMUSES LONDON
Other Two 'Conspirators' Cited
as Too Busy to Involve
Selves in Plot.
(By Assoiatd Press)
LONDON, Nov. 12.-Sovixth indict-
ments of eight prominent Russians
for alleged counter-revolutionary
plotting with British and French
governmental figures were believed
here today to be a form of domestic
propaganda, not to be taken seri-
ously abroad.
Mild amusement was the reaction
in authoritative London circles. Sir
Henri Deterding, international oil
leader, who was one of the men
aq,,us.g1 by the Moscow prosecutor,
N. V. Krylenko, of plotting the over-
throw of the Moscow regime, laugh-
ed outright and commented:
End Near.
'That story is a confession of
weakness. The bolsheviks have to
concoct stories like that to disguise
the fact that their whole system is
breaking up. The end is near."
Sir Henri was particularly inter-
ested to learn that the names of
those accused as his co-conspirators
in the counter-revolutionary enter-
prise included "Col. Lawrence of
Arabia," "Lord Churchill," believed
to be Mr. Winston Churchill, former
chancellor of the exchequor "Direc-
tor Simon," believed to be Sir John
Simon, Liberal leader, and Sir Phil-
lip of Vickers.
Indict Col. Lawrence.
Neither Winston Churchill nor
Sir John Simon has ever had more
than a passing interest in Russian
matters. It was commented that
'Aircraftsman Shaw," as "Col. Law-
rence of Arabia," is listed on the
Royal Air Force records, would have
little time for his duties wi'th the
British flying service if he were
connected with all the plots Mos-
cow ascribed to him.
There is widespread feeling here
that the two indiltments are in-I
tended to bring about a greater
union of the Russian people behind
their government through their op-
position to a common external ene-
my. There is considerable compas-
sion for the eight .Russians who
Su s t stand trial on the indit-
ments; if proved guilty they are lia-
ble to sentences of death.
Daily Official Bulletin
(Continued from Page 8.)
Mid-semster in History 11, Lee-
ture L will be held on Monday, No-
vember 17, at 8 a.m. in the follow-
ing rooms:
Mr. Scott's section, Natural Sci-
ence Auditorium; Mr. Long's sec-
tion,~1025 Angell Hall ; Mr. Slossons
and Mr. Kemper's section, 103 Ro-
Mance Language Bldg.
Junior and Senior Engineering
Students will be excused from
classes at 11 o'clock on Monday,
Nov. 17, to attend a lecture by Dr.
L. M. Gilbreth in Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theater on "*ork Analysis a
Function of Management."
Dr. Buenaventura Jimenz, Physi-
cian at the Health Service, will lec-
ture Tuesday, Nov. 18, at 4:15, in
Room 231 Angell Hall, on "The
DawningEra's Diet" (Vegetarian-
i sn : rg
Hindustan Club: General meeting

of the Hindustan Club on Friday,
Nov. 14, at 8 p.m. in Lane Hall.

[}[\(|US BIONDIMENTIONED
DOEI~G UFOR CARDIN ALSHIP
AIR ESSCOTEST >
First Award Provides Tuition
for Ground School and
Flying Course.-
FIVE PRIZES -OFFERED
The W. E. Boeing scholarships in 1
aeronautics, offered under the di-
rection of W. E. Boeing, chairman
of the board of United Aircraft and
Transport corporation, will be of-
fered again this year to the student
who writes the best essay on any of'
five different topics. %
All the topics concern some devel-
opement in the field of aviation and socwfte Pru 'hOto
the first award is a master pilot
Proun d d l fiii h z hn~r1i thr MP sit nor Fu asonli RiOndi.

JPONSDR SOUGHT
?OR TICKET SALE
Green Looks for Local Resident
to Sell Charity Game Seats.'

street Tues
with tools 1
It is belie
the stolent
the north
loaded then
had backe

Pursuing his policy of supporting ing. Altho
the plan to turn over Michigan's= of the stole
s are of the proceeds from the Dettling be
Michigan-Chicago football game to to be abou
charity, Governor Fred W. Green the tools
2ent Mayor Edward W. Staebler a Podewil, a7
cormrnunlca.t ion urging the ap- I
pointment of an Ann Arbor resi- Gas St
dent as sponsor of the sale of the]
tickets. Thc letter was received at I Sheriff's
the mayor's office yesterday. ported the
The pan nronoses distributing stations' in

THURSDAY, NOVEMBE 23 1930
ANN ARBOR NEWS-BRIFS
V

day night and escaped
valued at about $250.
ved the thieves removed
tools from a window on
side of the garage and
m into a car which they
d up behind the build-
ugh no complete check
en goods has been made,
elieves his personal loss
t $200, while the rest of
belonged to Herman
mechanic in the garage,
ations Held Up.
deputies yesterday re-
robbery of two gasoline
outlving. sections of the

aY
A reward of $10,000 has been offered for five n
robbed a Southern Pacific maj. car of $55,700 at N
near Oakland, Cal. A sedan used by the.outlaws
road between the trees. S. E. O'Brien (left), fi ema
engineer, were the train's engine crew; shown on the
the express messenger. All were threatened by the
BAND Wt
RENOWJ11NL E R fNEW F(
TO ECT E ~flNinezy-Sb M
T LI T L L , G II
LF 1 roup 16

Gilbert Chesterton to Feature
Second Program Given by
Oratorical Group.

Although no
formations pla
band for the
game this Sat

TICKETS NOW ON SALE Jourey. drilm
______Coursey, drulm
Gilbert K. Chesterton, English has announce(
lecturer, will present the second of which will bes
the Oratorical association lecture unuual nfatu
iMichigan fans.
series at 8:15 o'clock Saturday Since, in all
night in Hill auditorium. sota Will not s
"Mr. Chesterton's amazing versa- for the game,
tility," stated Henry Moser, of the outfit will peri
half and befor
speech department, "is evidenced three weeks a)
by the fact that in recent years team played h(
he has discussed a multitude of will compriset
questions and on each of them he band this week
has spoken as an authority. His during the las
topics have ranged from literature, season, the ne
science and art to , women's suf- make the Harv
frage and Bolshevism. The follow- en some experi

ing sums up his views on life un
modern conditions:
"'If half t-e majority of peo
in a generation get away from
normal, as they do today, we m
not forget the line of conduct t
is normal to history and the rL
We must not take the except
and try to make the average1
up to it.'"
Chesterton, stated M o s e r,
known in Great Britain as a ph
sopher, fiction writer, poet,
dramatist. He will speak on "I
Age of Unreason."
Radio Today.
Dr. Margaret Bell will talk<
2 o'clock today from the Unive
ity studio on the subject, "Phys
cal Education as an Educati
for Women." The Midnite So:
Quartet will furnish the music.
DOUBLE FEATURE
"EDDIE" QUILLEN
SALLY O'NIEL
in
The Sophomore
and
Christina
with
Janet Gaynor-Charles Morton
TODAY AND TOMORROW
RAE THEATER
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. g n.uu 4L±a4n I yng sc ±arsnp,T et I n g 1 - - s*,Lj -U
value of which is more than $5,000. Apostelic delegate of the loly Michiga 's share of the proceeds city. Hold-up men received a total
The other prizes for these essays See in the United States, vho may of the ame among counties where of only $11.50 from the two robber-
- are a master mechanics course, a a rdi more than $100 wvorth of tickets ies.
master pilot ground course, and a be created a cardina. are sold and using the money for The Tuomy gasoine sta.on at
private ground and flying course. -the relief of the unemployed. Washtenaw avenue and the cut-
The scholarships cover the full tui- Former Campus Actor - --off was robbed shortly after 12
tion of the various courses. Appears in New York Burglars Rob Garage o'clock Tuesday morning of $5.50.
Any undergraduate students in --_Burglars gained entrance to the
any American college or university When Charles Wagner opened his Forcing open a window on the George Ross station, located in
who will have completed one year p r o d u c t i o n of Rafael Sabatini's 1west side of the building, burglars 4 Lakewood subdivision. by means of
of college work by July 15, 1931, is "The Tyrant" at the Lonacre the- broke into a garage operated by Al- breaking a window, but only got
el.,ible to compete for the awards. ater in New York last night, One o; bert Dettling at 417 east Huron $6 from the cash drawer.
Sa i-en' isoto The essays must be not more than the former campus actors took the
en who held up and 2,000 words in length and must be leading juvenile role. Robert Hen-
ohel station (above) at the Boeing school of aeronautics derson, who last June presented the
was parked on the by May 1, 1931. dramatic festival, played the part LAST 2 :
n, and R. E. Lemery, The essays must be on any one of of Gianlucca della Pieve.TIMES7:00, 9:00
the following topics: "Trends of De-_._._T__A_
right is W. H. Dana, velopment Air Transportation;"
bandits. Progress of Safety in Aviation":
"Trend of Airport Design and D- BRIG T SPOT GRANTBERT CHARLOTTE
ILL MAKE I velopment"; "Radio as an Aid to 802 PACKARD STREET WITHERS ROACH GREENWOOD
Aviation"; and The Importance of TODAY, 5:30 to 7:30 ,
I)RMA 7 ONS Proper Co-ordination of Federal LIVER AND BACONIN
--and State Laws Governing' Air HAMBURGN STAO,
Ten Will Comprise ransportation."E
L GOThe essays will be judged by aF O
r Last Games, committee headed by Dr. Baldwinl ROAST BEEF, JELLY You'll laugh at the singing, clowning antics of the long, lanky Letty
M. Woods, chairman of the depart- LAMB CUTLETS, PEAS I You'll roar at the complications which ensue when two dissatisfied hus-
facts concerning the ment of mechanical engineering, at MASHED OR HASH BROWNED bands change wives!
nned by the Varsity the University of California. j POTATOES You'll shout with glee when they give grandpa the works in the Turkish
Minnesota-Michigan --- CREAMED CORN bath.
urday will be given Georgia's cotton production prior 35c Here is rollicking farce, made from a great stage comedy with Charlotte
,ura wil e ive to September 16 was 598,713 bales, WE DELIVER PHOtNE 814.2 Greenwood at her funniest and best.
game, Lieut. R. R. aordnto oc gs . , 4 You'll have the time of your life.
sIe f h b and cording to official figures. J
naster of the band, I _______-____ __ ___ ____________ ______________
d that the letters ____ __--
spelled out are of an
e and are new to
probability, Minne-
end her band down
the Maize and Blue niversit of ichigan
form throughout the
e the game as it did
go when the Illinois
ere. Ninety-six men
the personnel of the ®
,as it is hoped that,
t two weeks of the
w men who did not
ard trip may be g'v-
ience for next year.
Presents
Sensation!
England's Suprerne Literary Genius
IN
FOX Movieton%
JOHNNY HINES O e SO
"JOHNNY'S
WEEK END"
"SHIP AHOY"
"A pronounced optimist against the relentless flow of
ed
ORZAGE vrtigm ti esmsi nao
us regret life. His messages of good cheer and inspira-
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tion have done much to hearten the world."
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